Manchester United assistant manager Carlos Queiroz has been appointed as the new head coach of Portugal.
Queiroz has agreed a four-year contract and is to be presented to the media on Wednesday.
The 53-year-old former Real Madrid coach will take full responsibility for all aspects of Portugal's national teams, including oversight of the youth teams.
He was previously coach of Portugal's Under-20 teams from 1990 to 1993.
"Carlos Queiroz is unquestionably one of the top Portuguese coaches and was my first choice to be head coach," said Portuguese Football Federation (FPF) president Gilbert Madail.
"Although I have never worked with him because he was no longer with the national set-up when I arrived, I have followed his career with much interest and the experience he has gained in all the places he has worked will be important in helping us achieve the success we want."Reuse content